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Honours were heaped upon him: honorary doctorates, fellowships, medals; and in 1969 he was appointed Deputy Lieutenant for Fife.
In their latter years he and Bride moved from Tayfield House into a charming cottage in the estate grounds, where John built a "bug-house" in which he delighted in breeding exotic butterflies like the Great Mormon Swallowtail from India.
The Scottish Office insisted on having its own report and set up the Ramsay Committee, which reported the same year.
Opinion in Scotland about National Parks was polarised; most Scottish landowners did not want them at any price.
The Nature Conservancy bosses in London were horrified, but in 1951 Beinn Eighe was declared Britain's first National Nature Reserve.
Berry's task was to win over the landowners to the concept of National Nature Reserves.
Berry was a member of the Ramsay Committee; and, although he was also a member of the Scottish Landowners' Federation, his experience of increasing pollution and land mismanagement had inspired his enthusiasm for increased control over land management.
The final report in 1949 recommended a number of National Nature Reserves for Scotland.
When he retired as Director of the Nature Conservancy in Scotland in 1967 at the age of 60 he was able to indulge his passions on a wider stage.
With his wife, Bride, he travelled extensively and was appointed to many prestigious international committees.